On Interstate 40 in Conway Wednesday afternoon, a Pine Bluff woman was killed and three people were harmed in a rear-end collision in Arkansas, troopers reported. According to an initial crash report from state police, around 4:21 PM, a 37-year old Little Rock man was driving a 2012 Honda Pilot east at the time of the incident.
The report states that the car hit the back of a 2020 Ford van which was headed in the same direction, resulting in the van whirling clockwise before coming to a final stop on the left side of the interstate highway. Troopers told that the Honda crossed all lanes of traffic before hitting the guardrail on the right and overturning; before coming to a final stop under the bridge. The people injured were transferred to a domestic hospital for treatment. As the tragic outcome of the rear-end collision in Arkansas, passenger La’tiya Jenkins, 36, was killed as per the report.
Troopers depict the situation at the time of the crash as clear and dry.
As per the preliminary data, no less than 404 people have died as an outcome of car crashes on Arkansas roads so far this year.
A common question that comes to mind is how can the citizens of Arkansas feel safe while getting behind the wheel? It is our basic right, being the citizens of the state of Arkansas, that we feel comfortable before getting onto the road. If you are involved in a car collision, contact a qualified Arkansas car accident lawyer today.